Research

Do single-sex schools enhance students’ STEM outcomes?

Economics of Education Review 62 (2018) 35-47 Do single-sex schools enhance students’ STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) outcomes?  A research paper by: Hyunjoon Parka (a), Jere R. Behrmanb (b), Jaesung Choic (c) (a) Korea Foundation Professor of Sociology, Department…

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Effective pedagogies for girls' learning. A review of recent research.

Gender issues have been a focus for many educational research studies in recent decades, sparked by the differential responses of girls and boys to schooling. Differential retention rates, an apparent gender gap in achievement between girls and boys, subject choices at GCSE and A level, access…

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Single-sex schools in Spain: a qualitative analysis on the reasons and perceptions of their headmasters

Jaume Camps Bansell and Elisabeth Vierheller, collaborators of Diferenciada.org, publish the conclusions of some research in an article in Revista Española de Pedagogía, nº 269. LXXVI (2018). Nº 269. January-April. Single-sex education maintains its presence in the school landscape of Spain,…

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Mars and Venus in the classroom: students' perception on the psychosocial effects of coeducational and single-sex schooling.

This article, by professors Jaume Camps Bansell and Enric Vidal Rodà, was published in Revista Española de Pedagogía, year LXXIII, nº 260, January-April 2015, 53-71. Sex is one of the factors that affect students’ academic outcomes and professional options. Although the spread of coeducation…

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Educating the 21st Century Man

What does it mean to be a 21st century man? In this PowerPoint presentation, leading educators and veteran heads of boys' schools explain how to lead and support boys best in today's society. Encourage their growth as both citizens and individuals so they are engaged, virtuous, and kind. Ensure…

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